A high-ranking government official said Universal Studios is waiting in the wings if the talks to bring a Disney theme park to the city fall through.
The government is moving out the head of the public broadcasting service, a move that has critics crying foul.
Turner Intl., Star TV and Cable & Wireless HKT are among the 10 companies that have applied to the government for new television licenses.
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Asian satcaster Star TV has fired the first shot in the war to dominate Hong Kong's broadcast field. The News Corp. subsidiary applied Thursday to the government for a license to provide digital pay…
Star TV CEO Gary Davey is leaving the Asian satcaster, though he will continue to act as a consultant to its parent company, News Corp., Star announced Monday.
On his way to Beijing to take part in massive festivities to mark China's 50th year of communist rule, Ted Turner took a swipe at rival media titan Rupert Murdoch as someone who "brown-nosed" and…
Tourism commissioner Mike Rowse has indicated that the Hong Kong government and the Walt Disney Co. may not be ready by the end of October to announce plans to build a theme park in the territory…
Asian satcaster Star TV has agreed to sell its interest in several Indian broadcasting companies for about $300 million.
After four years of negotiations, Hong Kong Cable has agreed to add MTV Asia to its lineup.
Star TV has promoted Steve Askew to exec VP, programming. He previously served as general manager of the satcaster's entertainment channels.
The Hong Kong government is likely to lend Walt Disney Co. up to $1 billion in exchange for a majority stake in a new theme park in the city, according to published reports.